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I'm guessing that wasn't your intention. If your intro, as mentioned above, is original for this community, it will usually not fall under Rule 7.
- Pocketnow.comSenior Editor, Journalist, Blogger, Tech Evangelist, 2010 - present
- Lifetime ProductsSenior Web Developer, Web Master, 2005 - present
- Totally Awesome ComputersManager: Regional, RMA, Production, Store, & Sales, 2001 - 2005
- ABC OfficeWeb Services Manager, Senior Web Developer, 2001 - 2001
- BOWG AdvertisingInteractive Technology Director, Web Developer, 1999 - 2001
- IomegaKnowledgeBase Administrator, Web Developer (Customer Service), 1996 - 1999
- ProdigyAccount Manager, Escalations Technican, Employee Trainer, 1994 - 1995
- pocketnow.com (current)
- GunDudes Radio Podcast (current)
- Suburban Prepping (current)
- Sitting Duck Policy (current)
- Joe the Web Guy (current)
- ABC Utah Law (current)
- Syracuse, Utah, Precinct SY08 (current)
- The Levi House (current)
- Lifetime365 (current)
- joelevi.com (current)
- Natalie's Blog (current)
- MagHolder.com (current)
- GunFighter Cast (current)
- Practical Armed Response Academy (current)
- Islandview News (current)
- YourSyracuse.com (current)
- Your Syracuse (current)
- Gun Rights Network (current)
- GunDudes Radio (current)
- Kristinz Gemz (current)
- Ebola Locator (current)
Joe Levi is a multi-dimensional, cross-discipline problem solver with the ability to think outside the box but within reality.
Joe was hired by Lifetime Products in November of 2005 to fill the position of Web Application Developer left vacant by their previous Web Developer.
In the years since Joe began his employment with Lifetime Products he has been instrumental in realizing several projects and keeps existing sites and solutions up-to-date and running smoothly.
Joe previously worked for BOWG Advertising as their interactive Technology Director developing projects for clients such as 3M HIS, Novell, 3COM, and Sundance Resort. He performed contract work for a local dot com, building their first B2C e-commerce shopping cart solution. He even worked for a local pseudo-celebrity where he wore many hats (including Sharepoint Developer and various technical and management positions).
Before it was discontinued by Verisign, Joe was a Web of Trust Notary, endorsed by Thawte (a Verisign company), and experienced with x.590 Digital Signature Certificates. Joe believes in the widespread use of PKI Encryption technologies and methodologies as potentially being the "magic bullet" in eliminating online fraud, identity theft, and even casual snooping.
Give Joe a pair of headphones and a can of anything "cold and caffeinated" and he can code for hours on end. He can work efficiently as a solo developer and is also at-home when working as part of a development team.
When asked, Joe tells people that it's not really that he knows all that much, rather that he's just really good at figuring things out.
Although Joe can work inside the constraints and scope of a project, he has a hard time "thinking inside the box" and can often see the larger picture and offer ideas, thoughts, or "what-if" scenarios that can help "future-proof" a given project to extend the value and business-returns.
- Weber State UniversityBachelor of Science, Information Systems and Technologies (AACSB International Accredited), 1995 - 2007
- Layton High SchoolHigh Honors Diploma, General Studies, 1991 - 1994
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